Intense games, lots of spectators in the stands and a fantastic atmosphere charcterize the fotball games in the Bundesliga. And you do not have to travel further than just south of the Danish boarder, to be able to enjoy the buzzing sound from one of the biggest leagues in Europe. The fact that you do not have to travel far, to able to watch great football, makes Germany and the Bundesliga one of the most popular football destinations.
Bayern München, Borussia Dortmund, Bayer Leverkusen, Schalke 04 and HSV Hamburg. Here you will find all the big German teams, that usually play very well in the European tournaments. Every weekend, each team attracts about 50,000 – 80, 000 spectators, who always offer an amazing atmosphere in the stands.
In Germany the organisers have managed to turn “a game of football” into a complete experience and something that everyone can afford. Unlike, in England, where the ticket prices have soared to
eye-watering levels, you can always find tickets to the big stadiums in the Bundesliga for about 40 Euro. That also means, when watching a live game in the Bundesliga, you will meet people from all classes in society. Everything from young students to senior citizens, and of course also the hardcore fans – everyone helps to create a unique atmosphere with lots of singing and joyous acclamations.
The Germans are known for being well-organised. Something that is very obvious when you enter a live game in the Bundesliga, everything is looked after. You will find that this include everything from the transport to and from the arena, to when everyone enters and exits the arena, as well as, when buying a beer and Germany’s famous pretzels. Everything is done with German thoroughness and precision.
That means that you do not have to worry about a thing, everything is simply looked after.
In Dortmund, you will find Germany’s biggest stadium, Westfalen Stadium, which can take as much as
80, 645 spectators. The stadium is also well known for a fantastic atmosphere and having some of Europe’s most passionate fans. The experience of watching a live game at Westfalen Stadium, is something that every football lover, should allow himself or herself to do. Moreover, in Munich, at the Allianz Stadium, that has a capacity to take 71, 000 spectators, you can enjoy Germany’s very best team during several seasons: Bayern. Here you will find the crème de la crème of German football and all the top German players.
Another good football destination is Hamburg and the football stadium, Volkspark. It is easy to reach Hamburg, which is situated only 140 kilometres south of the Danish-German border. A fact, that makes Hamburg a favourite football destination for many Nordic football fans. HSV Hamburg is the only team that never has been relegated from the highest division, and even if the team has not been at the top of the league for the last couple of years, their loyal fans never stop supporting them.
No matter where you end up in Germany, there will always be a great number of football experiences to enjoy!